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Melbourne Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Flight - Add Champagne Breakfast

  • When does it run?
    Daily
  • Start time
    1 hour before sunrise (to be confirmed the evening before departure)
  • Duration
    3 hours
Inclusions
  • 1-hour sunrise hot air balloon flight
  • Highly experienced balloon pilot
  • 5-star champagne breakfast at the Pullman on the Park (optional)
  • Complete flight and ground insurance
  • Launch and landing government fees in and around the city

Key Highlights

  • Experience the charms of Melbourne on a 1-hour sunrise hot air balloon flight
  • See landmarks such as Eureka Skydeck, MCG and Port Philip Bay, float past skyscrapers and see the Yarra River
  • Top up the experience with an optional champagne buffet breakfast
  • Plenty of photo opportunities of your magical Melbourne balloon flight

Overview

Enjoy a truly world-class sightseeing experience as you take to the skies and experience Melbourne on an exciting hot air balloon tour! Feel the breeze in your hair, sail past skyscrapers, see the Yarra River flowing beneath and experience the city at sunrise.

Top up the Melbourne sunrise hot air balloon flight with an optional full buffet champagne breakfast and enjoy a truly unforgettable Melbourne experience!

About the Supplier

Part of Helloworld Travel Limited, the AOT Group was started back in 1987 and caters to a wide variety of travellers, including inbound, corporates and leisure. Bringing together an incredible array of tours and activities in Australia, AOT is one of our most trusted partners when it comes to serving our customers with unforgettable experiences at the Land Down Under.

Here is the plan...

The tour starts with a safety briefing before proceeding to the launch site where you can help with the launch or stand back and take pictures. Hear the birds chirping as you take to the sky. Drift gently over Melbourne and experience the charms of the city from a beautiful vantage point. Feel the breeze caress your face as you sail past the skyscrapers. Follow the Yarra River as it unwinds through parks and gardens. 

The hot air balloon tour lasts for an hour where you enjoy a perfect introduction to Melbourne as the city awakens to a new day. Make your own way back to the hotel after the tour. 

Round up this wonderful Melbourne experience by heading back to the Pullman on the Park for an optional full buffet champagne breakfast.

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Start time

    1 hour before sunrise (to be confirmed the evening before departure)

  • Meeting Point

    Please make your way to Pullman on the Park, 192 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne.

  • Ending Point

    Same as the start point

Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • 1-hour sunrise hot air balloon flight
  • Highly experienced balloon pilot
  • 5-star champagne breakfast at the Pullman on the Park (optional)
  • Complete flight and ground insurance
  • Launch and landing government fees in and around the city

Exclusions

  • Hotel transfers

Please note

Voucher Type: Paper

Age Restrictions: Those under the age of 7 have to sit this one out. 

What to bring: Warm casual outdoor layered clothing, sturdy shoes, warm socks, a cap and sunglasses.

Dress Code: Comfortable clothing that will not restrict active participation in inflating the balloon, or climbing in and out of the basket should be worn. 

Always keep a photo ID handy for security checks.

Hot air ballooning is a weather dependent activity which means the flight is not guaranteed to proceed every day unless it is safe to do so.

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